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#549691 - 05/17/06 04:32 PM Document imaging in Loan Dept.
osoalone Offline
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We are in the process of implementing document imaging of new and existing loan files. I'm looking for audit info for this area and also for record retention. I am the first internal auditor for our bank so I am creating as I go. Please help!

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#549692 - 06/01/06 04:02 PM Re: Document imaging in Loan Dept.
osoalone Offline
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No one has an audit for this area?

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#549693 - 06/01/06 04:55 PM Re: Document imaging in Loan Dept.
I. Wannano Offline
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What are you wanting a program for? The loan function or the imaging piece? Retention in many cases is driven by specific regulations and state law and needs to be implemented by management. Depending on what areas you are auditing, you'll need to reference those particular regs and then the laws of your state, then review your bank's rentention policy and make your comments accordingly. You might start with Auditnet.org for your audit programs. They have an extensive list.

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#549694 - 06/01/06 07:47 PM Re: Document imaging in Loan Dept.
osoalone Offline
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Thanks, ksinseattle. I have located an audit program for document imaging on FFIEC's website. We are purchasing a document imaging system for document management. I wanted to ensure we were not overlooking any control or security risk areas.

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